Tick Boot Camp

Episode 352: Love, Hope, Lyme - an interview with Fred Diamond

7 months ago

This week on Tick Book Camp, we're excited to have special guest co-host Khalil "Two Monies" Fuller joining us for an illuminating discussion with Fred Diamond, the empathetic author of the indispensable guide "Love, Hope, Lyme." As Fred shares his personal experiences with a loved one affected by Lyme disease, he offers valuable insights on providing genuine and compassionate support for those with chronic illnesses.

In this episode, Fred delves into crucial topics such as neurological concerns, family dynamics, and the healing process. The book's foreword, penned by Dr. Richard Horowitz, has received acclaim from both experts and survivors, making it an essential read for those seeking to better understand and assist their loved ones with Lyme disease.

Explore the journey that led Fred to write "Love, Hope, Lyme" and learn how his book has positively impacted countless families. Listen in to gain a deeper understanding of the significance of love, hope, and empathy in supporting those living with chronic conditions.

If you would like to learn more about how to fortify your support network and enhance your relationships with those affected by Lyme disease, then tune in now!

The goal of the Tick Boot Camp Podcast is to help people liberate themselves and others from suffering caused by Lyme disease through validation, community building, belief that healing is possible, and modeling success. Listen to our Tick Boot Camp podcast using all major podcast streaming services such as Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and Google Podcasts. Our podcast is also integrated with smart home devices, such as Amazon Alexa and Apple TV. Ask your device to "play the Tick Boot Camp Podcast!"